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HOW TO: Execute the RMTrack Job Scheduler from the command line


RMTrack uses a background service to perform the periodically execute the following jobs:

These jobs will be performed by the Job Scheduler automatically at predetermined intervals; however, it is possible to execute the Job scheduler from the command line. This can be useful for trouble-shooting and testing.

  1. Start a command prompt (from the Start menu select "Run...", enter "cmd" and click Ok)
  2. CD into the directory: C:\Program files\RMTrack Issue Tracking
  3. Run the program “RMTrack.RunScheduledJob”. The command line should be the name of the job followed by a database connection string
  • RMTrack.RunScheduledJob "Database Backup" "File name=c:\inetpub\wwwroot\rmt\dbconnection.udl"
  • Make sure to quote the job name and the database connection string.
  • Job names are case sensitive.

The application accepts the following job names:

Applies to

RMTrack Issue Tracking - v4.0 or later